Miracle: One-Year-Old Stockholder, Ten-Year-Old Millionaire – Zhang Hongliang

Recently, this list has been one of the hottest discussion items in Chinese cyberspace, translated by CDT:

On September 19, Bank of Beijing, the biggest commercial bank with the largest assets, went public. It drew a great deal of attention, and the share price increased 81.44% in the first day with a trading volume of 10.932 billion.

However, as many ordinary investors and netizens noted, the stock holder roster is unusual. For example, the first one listed on the roster of non-employee share holders, named Wu Zhengpeng, holds five million shares, which exceeds more than one hundred million yuan in the stock market. He was born in November 1984, which means he is only twenty-three years old now. Bank of Beijing reformed into a joint-stock company between 1997 and 1998, and at that time, Wu would have been thirteen years old, but he had already invested around ten million yuan (the stock price was 1.9 yuan at that time). He became a dominant shareholder, and now after Bank of Beijing formally went public, he became a billionaire (now the stock price exceeds 25 yuan).

Here is a partial list of minor age stock holders in the Bank of Beijing:

NO. Name ID Number Shares Registered Age Original Age in 1997

1 Wu Zhengpeng 110101198401103XXX 5,000,000 Y 23 13

13 Zheng Yuxuan 110103199701210XXX 1,340,000 Y 10 1

38 Huo Lulu 110103199006160XXX 582936 Y 17 7

44 Sun Chang 110101198510014XXX 550,000 Y 22 12

59 Jia Xingzhi 110102199007302XXX 482,414 Y 17 7

62 Tang Huang 110108198603042XXX 470,252 Y 21 11

111Deng Han 10102198502150XXX 326,046 Y 22 12

122 Yang Zhiguang 110108198811046XXX 300,000 Y 19 9

193 Duan Ying 110101198206044XXX 229,725 Y 25 15

214 Zhu Zhengyu 110103199007261XXX 216,610 Y 17 7

227Liu Yang 110102197910210XXX 210,000 Y 28 18

243 Gen Yifan 110102198308130XXX 203,106 Y 24 14

246 Wang Yehua 110108199501241XXX 201,512 Y 12 2

308 Yu Jialu 110103198303060XXX 184,851 Y 24 14

323 Li Xiaowen 110102198106052XXX 179,860 Y 26 16

325 Liu Linzhi 110102198406041XXX 179,839 Y 23 13

338 Wang Ning 110107198810241XXX 175,728 Y 19 9

341 Ping Yanan 110102198506263XXX 175,402 Y 22 12

343 He Xiaolu 110108198202196XXX 175,126 Y 25 15

350 Cheng Wenduan 110104198306223XXX 173,177 Y 24 14

362 Zong Heng 110108199003291XXX 169,977 Y 17 7

370 Li Zhen 110102198605152XXX 168,000 Y 21 11

425 Li Yang 110104198205191XXX 157,083 Y 25 15

453 Pan Zuoyi 110104199007122XXX 152,807 Y 17 7

455 Meng Jia 110101198404030XXX 152,357 Y 23 13

470 Liu Lin 110108198009184XXX 150,000 Y 27 17

478 Fan Xin 110106198512110XXX 148,786 Y 22 12

482 Fan Lei 110103198205301XXX 147,438 Y 25 15

532 Liu Siyu 110108199306851XXX 140,074 Y 14 4

574 Sun Runzhe 110106198202230XXX 133,706 Y 25 15

581 Ju Ran 110104198608112XXX 133,414 Y 21 11

596 Li Zijun 110101198401190XXX 130,983 Y 23 13

618 Jin Jie 110102198203081XXX 127,339 Y 25 15

657 Wu Hao 110104198208191XXX 122,501 Y 25 15

695 Liu Liu 110104198401170XXX 118,631 Y 23 13

700 Zheng Pei 110103198410030XXX 118,256 Y 23 13

707 Wang Jinpeng 110108198411252XXX 116,905 Y 23 13

738 Liu Xinxin 110108198210203XXX 114,006 Y 25 15

742 Zhang Xiaochen 110102198604271XXX 113,707 Y 21 11

744 Liu Jingya 110106198606134XXX 113,562 Y 21 11

762 Miao Fei 110102198503200XXX 111,774 Y 22 12

767 Dai Yue 110107199409270XXX 110,832 Y 13 3

895 Xin Xin 110107199104220XXX 100,756 Y 16 6

946 Li Yang 110108198810093XXX 100,000 Y 19 9

1121 Fan Qiuming 110108198909041XXX 93,163 Y 18 8

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Read also: Furore over bank’s child shareholders from the Financial Times.

October 29, 2007 2:28 PM
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